Public spaces at Kendall are also decked out with student art—the hallways, atrium, common areas, just about every wall or open floor space. Come visit and see what our students do! You can also follow us on Facebook.Image by Nacho Chincoya from "Pulso | Art of the Americas" Fall, 2013
The Fed Galleries are located in the Woodbridge N. Ferris Building, 17 Pearl St NW. Exhibition programming focuses on traveling exhibitions, partnerships with other arts organizations, and work by visiting artists from around the world. At the close of each school year, the gallery hosts the annual Excellence Awards and MFA Thesis Exhibition.
Located on the first floor of 17 Fountain St. NW and named in honor of Helen Miller Kendall, who founded the college. Originally established in 1982. This gallery focuses on work by students in our graduate programs and also features exhibitions from regional and national artists.
Located on the first floor of 17 Fountain St. NW and featuring undergraduate exhibitions, this space is run by students in our Gallery Internship program. If you are interested in applying for an exhibition or participating in an internship, please contact the Director of Exhibitions.
Gallery 602, located within the Painting Department on the 6th floor and run by graduate students, features competitions for painting undergraduates and select juried exhibitions.